Serves Hosk right for racing a hairdressers car with soft brake pads.
A real man would have driven an Alfa Romeo Guilia Quadrifoglio.
Well you could argue the Quadrifoglio is a GT car. Front engined, RWD. Versus a (small) rear engined RWD car. Power to weight is a bit different. 280bhp vs 330bhp.
And generally all car brakes are generally rubbish when you take them to a track day and do half a dozen laps on the fly. I know of someone who ruined the calipers and rotors on Aston Martin Carbon Black, with the brake upgrade. The repair cost more than any car I've owned. He went through a set of pads at a track day, and continued into the rotors.